On every computer I've had for the past 20 years, I've created a folder called "stupid python tricks". It's where I put code that should never see the light of day. Code that abuses advanced features like decorators, metaclasses, and dynamic typing to do terrible things. Code I'm going to teach you.
I have a [GitHub repository](https://github.com/judy2k/stupid-python-tricks) that contains a compilation of all the awful code I've written over the years, abusing features like metaclasses, decorators, various __dunder__ methods, and the mutable nature of Python's underlying data structures.
It's a funny way to see how Python works under the hood, but it's also educational.
Each of the tricks is entertainingly terrible. But they're also mostly self- contained ways to see what happens when you override certain behaviours of the Python language. Anyone with an intermediate level of Python understanding should be able to follow along and learn something.